Justin Bieber drew harsh consternation this weekend, after leaving a message in the guestbook at the Anne Frank House in the Netherlands hoping that the diarist and Holocaust victim would have been a “Belieber.”
Tribeca’s newest museum, which is built into an abandoned freight elevator and accessible only down a dark alleyway, is simply called Museum.
Families of 9/11 victims have expressed anger and disappointment that another anniversary will pass without a museum at Ground Zero.
It’s no secret, of course, that museums carefully regulate their temperatures to protect their treasures. This climate control makes museums an excellent option for escaping New York City’s heat and humidity. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, you can get even cooler by seeking out its bluest, chilliest paintings.
More than a half-dozen major museums and organizations from the Smithsonian Institution to the New York Historical Society have been avidly collecting materials produced by the Occupy movement.
New York City’s oldest museum has shed its vault-like exterior for a luminous facade that invites the public to peer in, explore its vast treasures and experience them like never before through loads of new and fun interactive features.
Just because you are broke, doesn’t mean you can’t have an afternoon of culture in New York City. Here are a few of our favorites.
The New-York Historical Society is closing its galleries for nine months to complete the last phase of a $65 million renovation of its 1904 building.
Style makes a bold statement in Japan, from the unstructured to Gothic and costume and everything in between. It’s a fun and funky fashion show right in midtown Manhattan.
Everyday classic Dutch life becomes abstract on a Spanish painter’s canvas. CBS 2’s Dana Tyler has more at the MET in an exhibition called “Miro: The Dutch Interiors.”
Construction of a highway in Israel revealed a piece of ancient history that was hidden for centuries.
It’s harvest time in New York City.
The fate of the Marcel Breuer-designed museum on Madison Avenue is uncertain.
NEW YORK (CBS 2) — From punk to gothic and everything in between, CBS 2HD’s Dana Tyler takes us to a funky and wild exhibition at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology.